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Published on April 15, 2024
South Florida High Schools Impress at 2024 Color Guard World Championships in DaytonSource: Google Street View

Two South Florida high schools made waves at the 2024 Color Guard World Championships with Flanagan High School securing a commendable 13th place while Stoneman Douglas High finished just a hair behind in 14th, as reported by Local 10 News. The event, held in Dayton, Ohio, saw Flanagan High achieve a score of 83.4 points out of 100, clinching them the title of the second-highest scoring Winter Guard in the Sunshine State.

The Flanagan High School's show, ‘Ethereal Echoes,’ drew applause and admiration from the audience at the University of Dayton Arena, a testament to the effectiveness of director Nicholas Rodriguez's vision. On their heels, directed by Winter Guard luminary Dean Broadbent, Stoneman Douglas High captured 82.7 points, showcasing the high level of competition that characterized the event. Local 10 News covered the captivating performances that captured the hearts of many.

Meanwhile, a post from Urban Jason erroneously celebrated Flanagan High School for placing 7th in the championships. It praised the guard for "an impressive show this year and a great season," despite the official results positioning them in 13th place. Urban Jason's post highlights the discrepancy, drawing attention to the importance of verifying final scores in such competitive showcases.

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